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System Landscape (two different URL's)

Hi,

When entering the parameters for a backend system. Is there a way of using a Portal alias as the URL path.

The reason for this is our service is being routed through Apache and this is re-writing the URL.

If anyone can help I would be gratefully and award points.

Kai Chalker

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    Posted on Oct 01, 2007 at 02:33 PM

    Hi Kai,

    I am afraid i havent understood you question well. Please care to elaborate. As you can always have 2 dns entries pointing to the same portal and use can use that....

    P.S: Kindly assign points if your query is resolved, also close the question to assist other users narrow the search and find solutions 😊

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    • Former Member

      Hi,

      This is different. We are currently rewriting URL's to one single URL. What it appears that on the system landscape I need to specify a URL for our ITS host. This service is rewritten to be a service under the Portal URL....

      example

      http://company.com/sap/its

      It appears that I must enter the http://company.com, which I would like to really use whatever the user has entered in their browser.

      Is this possible???

      Many Thanks

      Kai

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    Posted on Dec 05, 2007 at 12:22 PM

    Hi Kai,

    we are facing the same issue at the moment. Can you please share how it is solved in your case.

    Thanks in advance

    Vidyadhar

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